Be Productive

    • These 5 Rules Will Help You Work More Productively at Home

      This is a guest contribution from ProBlogger Productivity Expert Nicole Avery. It is the dream for many of us. Working from home, for our selves, working when we want, in our pyjamas if we want, until the reality of working from home kicks in. To work productively from home it requires discipline, planning and organization.

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  • How Do You Blog Consistently When You Have Very Little Time?

    … To Stay Amazingly Productive On Low Energy Days for examples of how different blogging activities might fit your “ebb” or “flow” times. Here’s how I suggest you batch your tasks: Ideas Set aside 20 minutes. Come up with as many ideas as you can (try to get at least 10). They don’t have to be amazing ideas! Get lots down as quickly as possible…

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  • 5 Steps to Creating a Productive Blogging To Do List

    … for the easiest things to do. Get to the end of the day and you have done quite a few tasks from the to do list, but not the activities that will help you achieve your goal. Email yourself notes and use your inbox as a to do list. None of the above are productive ways to use a to do list, but it is possible to use a to do list to make you…

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  • 3 Tips for a Productive Approach to Email

    … your inbox empty at all times. Instead, it refers to “the amount of time an employee’s brain is in his inbox.” {source} We all know that spending our entire day in our inbox is not productive, but how can we approach email productively? To determine this we need to define productivity. I define productivity as using your time, energy…

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  • Setting Up Your Browser to Increase Your Productivity

    … everything you had open last time, it can be a distracting option especially if you have left your Gmail or social media open in tabs. 2. Install the Momentum app To be really productive you should always know what you are going to work on before you turn the computer on. Starting with the open space of the internet can at best see you working…

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  • How Goal Setting Increases Your Productivity

    … monitor the feedback can motivate you to alter your work practices as needed. In the example of writing an e-book, creating a simple spreadsheet to track how many words you write in each one-hour session and dot point notes on the quality, surroundings, mood of the session etc, can help you track how productive you have been. You can use trends…

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  • New Year Reboot: Make This Your Most Productive Year Yet

    … working style (and *ahem* bad habits), we can easily see where we can cut out what isn’t working and how we can make good habits as automatic as brushing our teeth. If you are working on your productivity for the new year, feel free to look through our Be Productive portal. 5 Ways I Use Habits to Stay Creative and Productive When Working From Home…

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  • 5 Tips to Blog Faster

    … This is a guest contribution from ProBlogger Expert Ellen Jackson of Potential Psychology. Running a business is a time-suck of epic proportion. Planning, administration, product development, sales, delivery, email, bookkeeping, social media, marketing. It takes time. Throw in a family and you flit from demand to crisis without a moment…

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  • Creating a Blog Content Plan for 2017

    … This is a guest contribution from ProBlogger Expert Nicole Avery. Creating a blog content plan is one of the best things you can do to ensure your blog has quality content that is created efficiently with the time you have available. A common cry I hear from bloggers who don’t use a content plan is that if they planned out their content…

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  • Five Steps to Have Your Your Blog and Business Run Without You Over The Holidays

    … This is a guest contribution from The Suitcase Entrepreneur, Natalie Sisson. December is a special time of the year. It’s a time for reflection, for planning and for new beginnings. It’s also an excellent time to do some serious (but fun) overhauls of your existing blog and business, in time for a fresh start in the New Year. More importantly…

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  • How to Conduct Your Annual Blogging Review

    … By ProBlogger Expert Nicole Avery. If you follow even a few blogs as well as this one, you will know that within a few weeks from now there will be numerous posts about setting goals for the New Year. Goal setting is an essential tool to successful blogging, but before you can set a goal, you need to take time and look back over the last 12…

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  • My 6 Best Tips for Beating Blogger Overwhelm

    … This is a guest contribution from ProBlogger Expert Kelly Exeter. It was the toaster that did it in the end. I’d been juggling work around school holidays. I had a book in its pre-launch phase. I was trying to figure out in which of my already tight days I could record four podcasts. And I was on deadline for two guest posts while trying…

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  • Applying the Pareto Principle to Increase Your Productivity

    … detects that your computer is idle, that is you haven’t made an action after a certain time period, it stops attributing time to that application. You can then either login to your dashboard to analyse your time use or wait for the weekly email to come through and see how productive you have been. Rescue Time with your help, with classify sites…

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  • How to Leverage the 80/20 Rule for Blogging Success

    … This is a guest contribution from ProBlogger expert Jerry Low. You may have heard of the 80/20 rule – it was recognized as a concept more than a century ago. In modern times, the rule has been used to achieve a broad range of objectives, from economics to business management to better relationships to weight loss. If you apply the principle…

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  • How Working Fewer Hours Can Increase Your Productivity

    … By ProBlogger Productivity Expert Nicole Avery. We live in a culture that assumes the more hours you work the more work you are doing. Stories are traded of working past midnight or working 10 hour days with no breaks with great pride and being sleep deprived due to work, is treated by many as a badge of honour. But is it productive? If you…

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